Definition Of damnable

adjective

extremely bad or unpleasant.

leave this damnable place behind

subject to or worthy of divine condemnation.

suicide was thought damnable in the Middle Ages

Example Of damnable

  • Although ideologically-motivated negligence is damnable enough, it is a far cry from intentional and explicit support for mass murder.

  • Far be it from me to suggest that, at the end of a parliament, the papers might like to review their own performance in the damnably tricky business of reporting faithfully the news.

  • From that day forth I became acutely aware that people say the most damnable stuff off-the-record.

  • Good God… who on earth thought up duvets and those damnable covers they reside in?

  • Her sister is the symbol of all that is detestable, damnable and loathsome.


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